"Grooming Generational Leaders": LASU Admits 12,873 as over 38,000 Applicants Miss Out

"Grooming Generational Leaders": LASU Admits 12,873 as over 38,000 Applicants Miss Out

  • The Lagos State University (LASU), Ojo, has admitted no fewer than 12,873 students for its 2023/2024 session
  • The matriculation ceremony took place at the Buba Marwa Auditorium, Main Campus, Ojo, Lagos
  • The vice chancellor of the university, Prof. Ibiyemi Olatunji-Bello, said LASU is a place for the grooming of generational leaders

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Ojo, Lagos state - No fewer than 12,873 students have been admitted into Lagos State University (LASU), Ojo, for its 2023/2024 session.

The vice chancellor of the university, Professor Ibiyemi Olatunji-Bello, said the admitted students are from the over 50,000 applicants, The Nation reported.

LASU admits 12,873 out of over 50,000 applicants
LASU admits 12,873 students Photo credit: @LASUOfficial
Source: Twitter

Olatunji-Bello stated this while speaking at the matriculation ceremony at the main campus in Ojo, Lagos, on Wednesday, February 28.

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The VC, who was represented by Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Administration) Prof. Adenike Boyo told the students to count themselves lucky to be admitted into LASU.

She reinstated LASU's commitment to grooming competent, generational leaders and globally relevant students

“Lagos State University is a student-centered University. It is a place for the grooming of generational leaders.
We take pride in training students for life. We are focused on the character development of our students. This is based on the hope that when you graduate, you will contribute meaningfully to developmental discourses around the globe.”

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that Olatunji-Bello celebrated nine graduates of the Faculty of Law first class honour in the just released Bar final examination results. The achievement is said to be the highest in a single academic year in the history of the Faculty of Law of the university.

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Prof Olatunji-Bello said the achievement strengthened the position of the LASU Law programme as the flagship Faculty for prospective law students in Nigeria. She congratulated the Dean, Prof. Olatoye and the entire faculty on the achievement.

Source: Legit.ng

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